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|“||Cornelia: Well, so be it. Still, I'll give you a little gift...
Dimitri: It's over, Cornelia. If you have any last words, now is the time.
Cornelia: Right you are. Very well... I have an old tale that I would like you to hear, if I may. About something that happened ten years ago ... Something Patricia said about how she wished to see her real daughter again, no matter who or what she had to sacrifice to do so... And about how I made her wish come true, at the cost of the king's head...
Dimitri: The king's head? You mean Duscur... You monster! You mean to say that my father... everyone... was killed by my stepmother?!
Cornelia: That's right. Her family meant everything to her... You certainly know that feeling, do you not? Ah, poor little prince. Unloved by the only mother he ever knew... How pitiful.
Dimitri: How dare you!
Cornelia: There's nothing left for you now... Nothing but despair.
|~ Cornelia revealing the awful truth behind the Tragedy of Duscur to Dimitri, shortly before her death in the Azure Moon route.|
Cleobulus, also know as Cornelia Arnim, is a major antagonist in Fire Emblem: Three Houses and Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes. She is a powerful mage in the service of the royal family of the Holy Kingdom of Faerghus.
She was voiced by Akemi Okamura in the Japanese version, and by Jessica Gee-George in the English version.
Cornelia herself is a rather well-endowed woman with a nice bust and a pink shoulder length hair and a rather seductive eyes with light green irises. Her attire mirrors those of the nobles of Holy Roman Empire or at the very least, an eccentric radio personality who presented the Eurovision or a wicked witch of the forest.
She wears a golden crown-like headband with light green gems, a maroon red collar with little hexagonal gems tied together like a circle and a key like necklace attached to said collar, a dark red strapless form fitting dress with a maroon red lace-trimming, a combination of maroon red and orange feather boa as her dress shows a ridiculous deep cleavage.
In addition, she also wears a golden triangular like belt with 4 hearts hanging to said belt and to top off her very beautiful yet stunning appearance like a goddess from fantasy world, she sometimes reveals a smooth like legs beneath her skirt and wears a black heel shoes.
Cornelia was once a kind woman, who was willing to cure the plague of the Kingdom.
Currently, she is a power-hungry person who is more than willing to claim the throne for herself, even if it means murdering Dimitri’s uncle and framing the former for her crimes. Furthermore, she is a self-serving tyrant, as she is willing to give her territory to the Empire.
However, it is strongly implied that the real Cornelia was killed and replaced by an agent of Those Who Slither in the Dark, as several people note how her personality and behavior changed quite suddenly, and at one point after the time skip, a merchant wonders about why she has imposed ridiculous levels of taxation on the parts of the Kingdom she rules over, pointing out that it makes no sense to drain a region so completely if they intend to keep making use of it as a conquered land.
She's also considerably pragmatic, as when Dimitri's return inspires uprisings among the Kingdom citizens, Cornelia refuses to send troops to suppress them, not out of any sense of mercy to the people, but rather because she knows she has to confront Dimitri with every soldier she has and can't afford to send any elsewhere if she is to have any chance of winning.
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